“I am calling off the protest as I do not want more violence on the streets, as Islam does not promote violence”

Posted by on Sep 20, 2012 at 8:12 am

No, they’re not violent. They just want to chop your head off  for any perceived slight against their so-called Prophet. So now after a week-long orgy of violence around the globe they’re suddenly concerned with a “backlash” that never seems to materialize. And you know what’s to blame for this sudden cancellation? Islamophobia, of course.

Lather, rinse, repeat.

A KEY organiser of an Islamic rally to be held in Melbourne on Sunday has cancelled the protest amid fears of a backlash and police concerns it will be overrun by violent activists.

Swaybah Javed, who had helped invite supporters through social networking to a rally outside the city’s State Library, said she’d been forced to scrap the event.

“I am calling off the protest as I do not want more violence on the streets, as Islam does not promote violence,” the university graduate said today.

“It is a shameful day for Australia when Islamophobia has boiled over to the point where it is impossible to carry out a peaceful protest.”

“I originally began to organise the rally as I could not sit back and tolerate the Islamophobia which I have witnessed recently,” she said, citing the anti-Islamic film mocking the prophet Mohammed, the Sydney riots, which Ms Javed blames on NSW police, and terror raids in Melbourne last week.

But she today conceded: “Any attempt to have a peaceful protest will end in violence.

“I do not mean violence by Muslims, but violence focused at Muslims.”

Oh, OK.



7 Responses to ““I am calling off the protest as I do not want more violence on the streets, as Islam does not promote violence””

  1. Blue Hen on 20/20/12 at 9:27 am

    So the film on you tube that was posted in June is an example of islamaphonia(insufficient reverence). Yeah, that makes about as much sense as a “spontaneous mortar barrage”. If I wanted to recast public perception, fueld by little kids being used as props for death threats, how would I go about it? Hmmmmmm.

  2. BackwardsBoy on 20/20/12 at 10:09 am

    That’s about the most twisted logic I’ve heard so far this morning. Shirley if there were incidences of violence directed towards muslims in Australia, they’d be all over the news by now.

    Just because someone says something doesn’t make it true. I could call myself rich and handsome…

  3. David Gillies on 20/20/12 at 10:13 am

    I don’t know if this is a sign of a pushback against Islamofascist chauvinism and supremacism, but if so it’s welcome and long overdue. Virtually everybody I know is sick and tired of Mohammedans simultaneously claiming victim status while behaving like overlords. If we can get by our fear of being labelled as bigots by the Islamofascists’ fellow travellers on the Left, then we can start knocking down their claim to special treatment.

  4. Jeremy Piles on 20/20/12 at 3:58 pm

    Does anyone know where one could purchase toilet paper with Mohameds picture on it?

  5. LaVallette on 21/21/12 at 10:37 pm

    A young Muslim women who gave a sign saying, “Behead all those who insult the prophet:” to her two year old to hold up while she photographed him at last Sundays demonstration: “I recognised the word “Prophet” but did not know what “behead” means’!!!!!